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ALI-PALNI Shared Print Project

In 2013, 36 Indiana academic libraries came together to take part in the ALI-PALNI Shared Print Project. By sharing their resources, the libraries were able to engage Sustainable Collection Services to analyze the circulating print monographs of each library individually and as a whole. The Project has both short-term and long-term goals. In the short-term, libraries are able to make data-driven decisions about weeding their collections and reclaim space for student use. As we look to the future...



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In 2013, 36 Indiana academic libraries came together to take part in the ALI-PALNI Shared Print Project. By sharing their resources, the libraries were able to engage Sustainable Collection Services to analyze the circulating print monographs of each library individually and as a whole. The Project has both short-term and long-term goals. In the short-term, libraries are able to make data-driven decisions about weeding their collections and reclaim space for student use. As we look to the future, the Project can also be the foundation for a shared collection mindset and allow greater cooperative collection development. The digitization of the religion and Indiana history titles in this collection is part of our effort to extend access to some of the scarcely-held content within the participating libraries.
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May 20
2016
Andrea Mills
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Emilee Smits
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